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Neogene Newbie
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So I’m currently staying in a caravan site just on the top of the cliff of Whitecliff bay. I was wondering if anyone has been to the bay (down the very steep path next to the campsite) and if so could you give me some tips on where to look and what fossils I can find where. I believe I’ve found a Belemnite but that was on the off chance as I didn’t know what formation I was looking in. Also is it best to turn left or right at the bottom of the steep pathway? Any tips or guidance is appreciated, thanks.
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I have been a couple of times, have not found much when I turned left only bivalves, I have found that looking at the fallen chalk can turn up sponges and possibly echinoids, I suggest you research on line for the different formations as some are fossiliferous and some not. Good luck.


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